Resilient Infrastructure

Pinellas County aims to minimize sewer spills and flooding in our neighborhoods to protect our residents’ homes and water health while making the community more resilient to storms, erosion and climate change.

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Resilient Infrastructure Initiatives

Surrounded by water and located in sub-tropical climate, Pinellas County faces many natural and manmade hazards. In addition to the ongoing threat…

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This page contains information, maps and resources related to planned road improvements, bridge projects, road closures and parks and trails projects. Capital…

Green Infrastructure

In Pinellas County, we’re surrounded by water. Protecting the quality of that water is a top priority. Clean beaches and bays are important…

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Shore Drive Bridge Replacement

Project Overview Pinellas County is planning the replacement of the Shore Drive Bridge Project as part of an ongoing effort to maintain......

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Madonna Boulevard Bridge Replacement

Project Overview Pinellas County is planning the replacement of the Madonna Boulevard Bridge as part of an ongoing effort to maintain and......

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Pinellas County joins American Flood Coalition

As a part of Pinellas County’s commitment to reducing flooding and making the county more resilient — or able to withstand or......

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Pinellas County Green Infrastructure

Pinellas County Green Infrastructure printable flyer including green versus gray infrastructure, and benefits...

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Emergency Information

In the case of a large-scale emergency in Pinellas County, this page will be updated on an ongoing basis. In the case......

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13th Street/Sands Point Drive Bridge Replacement

Project Overview Pinellas County is planning for the replacement of the 13th Street Bridge as part of an ongoing effort to maintain......

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Sea Level Rise & Storm Surge Vulnerability Assessment

Overview Sea levels are rising and, as a result, storm surge is becoming more severe. Pinellas County’s unique geography, 590 miles of......

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Joe’s Creek Restoration and Greenway Trail

Project Overview Pinellas County envisions Joe’s Creek corridor as a significant opportunity to enhance the character of the surrounding neighborhoods by: The......

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Annual update of local hazard mitigation strategy plan complete

Pinellas County, its municipal partners and other stakeholders have updated this year’s Pinellas County local hazard mitigation strategy (LMS). The LMS is......

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Pinellas County awarded $700,000 grant to continue vulnerability assessment efforts

Pinellas County was awarded $700,000 in grant funding Tuesday from the State of Florida’s Resilient Florida Grant Program to complete the second......

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